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    Music Theory - Juliana Theory

    Though its former home was Christian-tinged emo label Tooth and Nail, it'd be naive to call the Juliana Theory Christian rock. Like other bands that have capably blurred the lines between secular and religious -- from pop-punkers MxPx to angst-ridden...

    by Kiran Aditham on March 10, 2005
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    Sno Job - Winterfresh Sno-Core Tour

    Even with a seven-year hiatus, a modern-rock-leaning new album, and the absence of John Stanier's signature drum style working against them, Helmet deserves better than the otherwise generic heaviness of the Winterfresh Sno-Core Tour. Though much is...

    by Saby Reyes-Kulkarni on March 10, 2005
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    Get Amped - Amp Fest '05

    A button-down sanctuary for bluehairs and snowbirds, Boca Raton is probably the least rock 'n' roll place in South Florida (maybe America). But sometimes you find the sweetest things in the strangest places. Take for instance, Amp Fest '05, two hot a...

    by Tim Moffatt on March 10, 2005
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    Biirdie - Morning Kills the Dark (Pop Up Records)

    Recalling the sly intimacy of Lou Reed and Maureen Tucker during their quieter moments, the duo of Jared Flamm and Kala Savage provides the serene poetry that makes this Biirdie fly. Though Morning's dreamy, dusty songs are colored by an array of ins...

    by Jonathan Zwickel on March 10, 2005
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    The Deep End - Break Bloke

    Alongside his Planet of the Drums accomplices Dieselboy and AK1200, New York-based DJ Dara is one of the preeminent figures in American drum 'n' bass... though he's not American. Transplanted from Ireland in 1994, Dara, or Darragh Guilfoyle to mom, q...

    by Kiran Aditham on March 10, 2005
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    Jason Moran - Same Mother (Blue Note)

    Ever meet a jazz snob, the fan or musician who maintains the "obvious" superiority of jazz over other genres? Pianist Jason Moran is the polar opposite -- an uncompromising jazz musician unashamed to draw inspiration from areas considered sacrilege b...

    by Mark Keresman on March 10, 2005
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    The South Wyll Ryse Agyn - Lynyrd Skynyrd

    There's a simple reason why overstimulated, drunkards at rock shows reflexively scream out "Free Bird!" in that pregnant pause before the encore begins: The song might be the most glorious, foot-on-the-amp, mullet-in-the-wind, shred-friendly rock ant...

    by Jonathan Zwickel on March 10, 2005
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    Feast for the Ears - Langerado stacks a full plate of excellent music

    The catchall term for the stuff is "jam band" music, but that clich hardly describes the tuneful smorgasbord offered at this weekend's Langerado Music Festival. For the third straight year, Langerado brings the nation's top touring bands to Broward ...

    by Jonathan Zwickel on March 10, 2005
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    Mall Over Again - Former teen queen Tiffany pops up at Plantation's Pop Cult Con

    In that golden time before marketing flaks defined the 'tween demographic, Tiffany exploded into shopping malls and pop radio with her cover of Tommy James and the Shondells' 1967 hit "I Think We're Alone Now." Only 16 at the time of her '87 first bl...

    by Jonathan Zwickel on March 10, 2005
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    Tori Amos - The Beekeeper (Epic)

    Tori Amos perfected her ability to combine creative risks with emotional introspection on early discs like 1996's Boys for Pele, which struck a welcome balance between modern flash and old-fashioned sentimentality. But on Amos' recent experimental al...

    by Annie Zaleski on March 10, 2005
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    Buck 65 - This Right Here Is Buck 65 (V2)

    If Outkast's Andre 3000 made it safe for hardened hip-hop heads to embrace their inner, sexually ambiguous Prince, will Canadian import Buck 65 open the floodgates for cowboy hats and Hank Williams cassettes? Hip-hop may run through his veins and int...

    by Sam Chennault on March 10, 2005
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    Doves - Some Cities (Capitol)

    In 2002, New York's Interpol and England's Doves each made a valiant effort at releasing the year's best homage to Joy Division: Both Turn on the Bright Lights and The Last Broadcast took gloomy doom-rock atmospherics, gray-sky guitars, and deep-bari...

    by Mikael Wood on March 10, 2005
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    Six Organs of Admittance - School of the Flower (Drag City)

    Six Organs of Admittance is Northern California singer/guitarist Ben Chasny's long-running solo project that delves into the pagan realm of mystical folk; he also moonlights in psych-rock brutalists Comets on Fire, but this is where he gets his holy ...

    by Dave Segal on March 3, 2005
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    Deep Thinkers - Necks Move (Datura)

    I'm not sure why, but when the term progressive is slapped in front of a musical genre, the resulting phrase is instantly rendered trite and meaningless. Some bands, though, push so hard against the envelope that they effectively embody forward motio...

    by Jonathan Zwickel on March 3, 2005
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    Tigersmilk - From the Bottle (Family Vineyard)

    Tigersmilk is a trio of two Chicago musicians, Rob Mazurek on cornet and laptop electronics and Jason Roebke on acoustic bass, and, from Vancouver, drummer Dylan Van Der Schyff. In the indie-rock zone, Mazurek is best-known orbiting around the Tortoi...

    by Mark Keresman on March 3, 2005
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    Beatcomber - Rock in a Hard Place

    Rock was looking pretty dead for a second there, and the sound of Broward's mourning was loud and clear. Within hours of ZETA 94.9 dropping its beloved new rock alternative format and going Hurban -- "hispanic urban," for the Spanglish-impaired -- on...

    by Jonathan Zwickel on March 3, 2005
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    The Deep End - Pumpkin Up the Jam

    DJing has proven to be the afterlife of choice for the alumni of early '90s alt-rock. From Jarvis Cocker (Pulp) to Tim Burgess (Charlatans) and now James Iha, Billy Corgan's trusty foil/secret weapon in Smashing Pumpkins, musicians by day have found ...

    by Kiran Aditham on March 3, 2005
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    The Secondhand Outfit - Clean Gloves Hide Dirty Hands (Audio Thrift Shop)

    If you've ever checked out any local hip-hop nights from Palm Beach to Miami-Dade, chances are you've run into the Secondhand Outfit. MCs Dirty Work and Keenan Smith and producer/DJ Palmeto are staples of the live scene; Dirty Work, a.k.a. Jasper Del...

    by Jonathan Zwickel on March 3, 2005
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    This Year's Model - No ivory-tower theorist, the great Elvis Costello changes colors with the season

    I don't know how well you know my songs," Elvis Costello says over a cell phone that occasionally cuts out as he drives toward Buxton Opera House in Devonshire, England, where he is scheduled to play at the Four Four Time festival. Such knowledge is ...

    by Mosi Reeves on March 3, 2005
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    Words of Wu-dom - Haven't had enough Wu-Tang merchandise? Now there's a book.

    The Wu-Tang Clan shouldn't still exist. In an industry in which today's rap superstars become tomorrow's MC Hammer, nine Staten Island MCs pulled off the impossible, outlasting the three great pitfalls of modern hip-hop: ego battles, gang violence, a...

    by Jonathan Zwickel on March 3, 2005
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